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Distorted audio of my sat M70-340

I had a toshiba sat M70-340 who has a distorted audio.I tried device manager but nothing change.I up graded my memory card before from 512 mb to 1 gb. does that affect my audio performance?

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It is possible that the memory is't compatible. You need a 400mhz bus speed ram. If you put something in that is slower (say 333mhz) it could cause this issue. If the sound issue happened after you install the ram its is almost obvious what you need to do isn't it?

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No RAM has nothing to do with the sudio device but u can try this

switch off the notebook

take out the battery and power supply cable

now press the power button to discharge all the energy stored in components


then after like 2 min put battery back and power cable and then switch on see if it helps

other wise let me know i will give u a link to update the driver of audio from toshiba

pls do rate me if i solved ur problem

regards

Zohail

Posted on Feb 27, 2009

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